The Last March
of the Gods (Essay)
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From Atlantis to Egypt : an initiatory journey and an archaeological revelation !
In a long composition engraved on the walls of the temple of Edfu in Upper Egypt, the god Thot evokes the existence of a sacred sanctuary and the Atlantis' history. The French archaeologist Auguste Mariette unearthed this building in 1860.
During antiquity, the Egyptians kept their true past recorder, thanks to writing, using secrets, mysteries and encryption. These texts, incomprehensible to layman, could defy time and escape the profaners' destruction. Our conception of worship cannot conceive these millennial practices and such devotion.
In Thoth's texts , translated by Anton Parks for the very first time, we learn that the evil's forces destroyed the world of the ancient gods several times during their their fratricidal wars. These struggles destroy culture and memory, as well as all traces of civilization. Anton Parks reveals an important page of our history through first-hand historical and archaeological documents.
The Atlantean doctrines codified by the rites inscribed on the walls of Edfu's temple contribute today to the reconstruction of our past; a period which exceeds very often our understanding. The Last March of the Gods brings together for the first time these documents forgotten through the ages; wich certainly form Plato's primary source. The Atlantis' doors are reopened again !
"Historical figure in relation to God for some, character created from scratch for others, Moses has been the subject of controversy for centuries… Son of a pharaoh (whose identity is unknown), it is said that he rebelled against him, met God on Mount Sinai, received the Ten Commandments there, delivered the Hebrews from slavery and then led them to the Promised Land before dying... In (his book) the prolific writer Anton Parks, well known to our readers, puts things in their right place ... As a discerning exegete, Anton Parks has stuck close to the facts to serve us on a plate this which we consider as the most credible hypothesis on this subject…"
Science et Unexplained Magazine n ° 68, March-April & n ° 69 May-June 2019